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Patrick Huber is an Associate at Keller Postman. He represents clients in a range of complex disputes throughout the country, including antitrust, consumer protection, labor and employment, and product-liability cases.

Before joining Keller Postman, Pat was an associate at Pilgrim Christakis, where he represented financial institutions in state and federal courts and arbitration proceedings. He has handled various aspects of cases, from taking depositions to drafting dispositive motions to representing clients at settlement conferences. Pat also has experience managing local counsel and conducting comprehensive fact-based investigations.

Among his more notable matters, Pat assisted in successfully preventing the certification of a putative class action lawsuit filed against a debt collector client alleging violations of state and federal law.

Pat served as a law clerk for Magistrate Judge Steven Tiscione of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York and Judge Alok Ahuja of the Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District. Pat has also represented indigent clients in criminal cases brought in state courts and juvenile clients in disciplinary proceedings.

After receiving his undergraduate degree and prior to law school, Pat worked as a line cook at the famed Charlie Trotter’s in Chicago.

Pat earned his law degree from Washington University in St. Louis School of Law, cum laude, where he was an Executive Articles Editor for the Journal of Law & Policy and served as a teaching assistant for a legal writing course. During law school, Pat received the Dean’s Service Award, the Equal Justice Works Award, and the Honor Scholar Award. He earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.